Don't forget to watch war-mongering
Don't forget to watch war-mongering Robert Wexler and his young, idealistic, gay, Republican-dating staff tonight on the Sundance Channel tonight at 9 p.m. Here's a run-down of tonight's series opener:
Fighting the Good Fight -- With the 2004 national election fast approaching, Congressman Wexler and his staff pour their off-time energies into scheduling television appearances, issuing press statements about the mounting chaos in Iraq, and taking the President to task for his Middle-East policy. Traveling to the Congressman's home district in Florida to get out the vote, Halie faces police intimidation and the troubling fact that her boyfriend is working the same turf for the Bush campaign, while Lale takes a leave of absence from the Wexler office to work on the Kerry campaign.
I think I made my thoughts on Rep. Wexler pretty clear, but, damn, I am looking forward to this thing. The truth is I ordered the Sundance Channel for a month just to watch it. How sick is that?
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